Tue 22 April 2008, The Guardian

The art of becoming a postgraduate

By Harriet Swain
Just because you have to be reasonably clever to be a postgraduate doesn't mean that becoming one is a clever thing to do. In fact, anyone who properly carries out research, weighs the evidence, and puts together a rational argument about the advisability of a further degree is likely to make a good case for going straight out and getting a job. This is probably why many postgraduate programmes start with a course on developing students' research skills.
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